Indian summer predicted as three months of hot weather could be on the way

The UK could be set to bask in three months of hot weather as an ‘African blast’ of hot air heads north to Britain.

Judith Jenkinson with her new book.

Buzz of excitement for Judith after new book release

An author from Louth has published a new poetry book for young children.


Co-op seed packets help support Louth and Rasen green spaces

Shoppers who buy special wildflower seed packets in Lincolnshire Co-op food stores will be supporting more than 20 green space projects.

Students presented the cheque to Mrs Pat Wright.

Alford students donate £5,600 after ‘charity week’

Students from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford have presented a cheque for £5,600 to Mrs Pat Wright from the ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ charity.


Nostalgia: Lambing service in Great Carlton

A lambing service was held in Great Carlton and this photograph was taken in 1998.

Just one of the many gardens on show at last years event EMN-170717-071627001

Rotary set to reveal Rasen’s gardens

Take a peek behind the garden gates of Market Rasen - and beyond - as the Rotary Club stages its popular annual Open Gardens and Summer Market next month.

Craig Collinson.

Craig is ‘all talk’ in his bid to win Speaker Factor

A place in the national semi-finals of The Professional Speaking Association’s ’Speaker Factor’ competition awaits Craig Collinson, the managing director of Louth based Totem Training Limited.

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

Most of us can’t tell what’s wrong with a faked picture - underlining the threat to democracy by the spread of made up propaganda, a study shows.

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We dare you to tell Abigail he has a girls name

Console Corner: Lull filled with exciting news

As we head into a bit of a video game lull until things start to heat up in September let’s take a look at some interesting bits of gaming news doing the rounds at the moment.

Pete and Jev.

Pete and Jev in Mallory action

No sooner had Team Founds 72 returned home from Snetterton than they were back on the road again heading for Mallory Park in Leicestershire to take part in the lates races in the Hyundai Heavy Industries British Sidecar Championship.

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Are you the right for Reds?

Louth Old Boys Under 14s Reds are on the lookout for new players to strengthen their ranks for the upcoming season.

Chilled Distribution Centre.

Central England Co-op is ready for summer - whatever the weather!

Colleagues at Central England Co-operative Chilled Distribution Centre have been working around the clock to ensure stores are stocked full of everything customers need to enjoy the summer


Nostalgia: Louth spirometer appeal gets a boost

The James Street Family Practice in Louth received a welcome boost in 1998 for their spirometer appeal.

James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: Fearless, Doctor Who, BBC pay

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...


VIDEO: ‘Anywhere but Skegness’ Lotto ad lady says ‘sorry’

A woman who shot into the limelight in a TV Lotto ad saying if she won she would holiday ‘anywhere but Skegness’ has said ‘sorry’ after seeing the resort from a lot of different angles - in a giant hamster ball.

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Norma Booth, WI Advisor, presenting the Kemp Cup for the most points in show to Keitha Eames. EMN-170713-155320001

It’s top marks at Tetney following WI contests

Tetney WI saw a record number of entries - 178 in total - for their annual show and the judges - Barbara Stewart, baking; Mandy Ware, flowers, and Helen Sharp, handicrafts - were all very impressed with the standard of entries.

Archeological dig open day in Great Carlton

Archeological dig open day in Great Carlton

An open day will be held at Great Carlton Village Hall on Sunday (July 23) from 10am-4.30pm, after Sheffield University’s archeology department returned to carry out more excavations at the nationally-important site.

The University of Northampton is a prime target for cyber hackers, a study by Johnston Press investigations has found.

Cybercrime - the UK’s rising and most prevalent crime

Cyber crime is rapidly rising and experts warn it is reaching epidemic levels as criminals use the Internet as a tool for a multitude of fraudulent activities.

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Councillor Darren Hobson, long-serving flood warden for Louth.

‘No invitation’ to flood alleviation scheme for Louth’s flood warden

Ministers and senior council figures will attend the official opening of Louth’s flood alleviation scheme next Friday... but there was no invitation for the town’s long-serving flood warden, Darren Hobson.

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Jays wins throw the Morning Triples title chase wide open as the top two teams drop points

Two solid wins for third-placed The Jays has thrown the chase for Louth Indoor Bowls Club’s Morning Triples League title wide open.

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